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Security alerts at;

Euston (now clear)
Liverpool Street
Charing Cross

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Charing Cross clear.
Liverpool Street remains closed.

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All false alarms.....
Kings Cross had had two as well.

All to be expected, I suppose.

Anyway, nearly time to depart for home from here.
Have safe journeys home later.

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I really hope this wasn't just some halfwit messing about, do they have no shame?

Although I guess when you think of the alternative, I guess it's better for it to be some idiot having "fun"

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i was at gravesend station yesterday and some idiot left their tesco bag on a bench thankfully the police who were there on some other business checked it out and it was safe.

but makes you wonder that the person wh had the bag was thinking, he was what wqas inside it....doughnut

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I think they should introduce a law banning stupidity in times like this.

On the radio today they mentioned that during the yesterday , at the height of the incident , some women phoned 999 as she needed to know if the Albert Hall would be open for a concert or something.

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I believe you can already be done for "WAste of Police Time",etc so guess this would fall under that?

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Did anything come of the evacuations in birmingham yesterday?

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Yes! 20,000 people had their evenings ruined. Also I believe a controlled explosion was carried out on a bus.

I just think it was a case of some one leaving a bag accidently or deliberately on a bus and the whole evening went off with a bang.

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Did anything come of the evacuations in birmingham yesterday?


Crime rate plummeted by 99 percent ?

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Not funny, Harry.

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harry that last bit was a bit insensitive don't you think?

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Eh? What? 20,000 people did have their evening ruined. Plus the police said it was due to someone accidently or deliberatly leaving their bag on a bus.

Which part of that is unfunny or insensative.

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somoen Plus the police said it was due to someoen accidently or deliberatly leaving their bag on a bus.


its someone

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Yeah sorry correction made.

Anyway back on topic I can't see how anything I said was wrong, it's not about being pc its about being wrong.

I reported the incident just as the bbc did and infact although I didn't quote them directly I heard the phrase "20,000 people had their evening ruined" and "It could have been someone leaving a bag either by accident or on purpose on the bus". Which part of that is wrong?

Its like me saying the grass is green and you two coming in here saying no it isn't Harry, it's yellow.

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My grass IS yellow Harry......something to do with 90F+temps and a water shortage! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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Yeah sorry correction made.

Anyway back on topic I can't see how anything I said was wrong, it's not about being pc its about being wrong.

I reported the incident just as the bbc did and infact although I didn't quote them directly I heard the phrase "20,000 people had their evening ruined" and "It could have been someone leaving a bag either by accident or on purpose on the bus". Which part of that is wrong?

Its like me saying the grass is green and you two coming in here saying no it isn't Harry, it's yellow.


I think it was the part where you said that the whole evening went off with a bang that upset people Harry

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Ah I see, well now things are a little clearer.

Was anybody hurt? No!

I heard fireworks round my way on Saturday evening, anything wrong with that?

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harry after what happened thursday that was very harsh, if ya didnt mean it fair enough, your alrite you are mate i like you, as you have given me advice in the past but mate that was harsh.

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Fair enough no harm was meant and people that know me would know that. Sorry all round tothose that were offended.




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